A Brother's Honor (The Grangers)
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The Granger brothers left behind their family's Virginia estate—and the bad memories it holds—years ago. But their dying grandfather's request brings them home: to a failing business, a legacy of secrets and a deathbed promise to make things right.
As the eldest brother, attorney Jace Granger is determined to take responsibility for Granger Aeronautics, his family's failing business. But the years of mismanagement seem impossible to untangle. As CEO, he hires a consultant to turn the company around. Smart, sexy Shana Bradford is the right person for the job—and the right woman to turn Jace's world upside down.
But the passion between them is jeopardized when old secrets begin to emerge. A woman from Jace's past suddenly reappears. And an explosive discovery changes everything Jace thinks he knows about his mother—and his father, who was convicted of her murder.
Jace Granger tried to leave his family history behind once before. But this time he needs to face the past…or risk losing his future.
Three brothers. One legacy. A lifetime of secrets.
“That won’t be an inconvenience for you?” “No more than it’s an inconvenience for you whenever you do it.” He’d fed her for the past three nights. Now it was her turn. “All right, if you’re sure it’s okay.” “It’s okay, Jace. In fact, I want it to be a special evening.” He definitely liked the sound of that. He leaned down and brushed a kiss across her lips. “Then I can’t wait.” * * * Jace glanced at his watch. It was a little after six and time for him to call it
his office. “Am I? Fine, if that’s what you want me to think. But that kind of frustration needs to be taken care of, or it’ll come to a head in the worst possible way.” Chapter Twelve “Hold the elevator, please!” Shana called, her movements purposeful and swift as she quickly strolled toward the bank of elevators and stepped on. “Thanks.” “No problem.” She froze at the sound of that voice. And then she glanced over her shoulder at the only other person in the
“And what if it’s more?” Shana stopped her pacing. “It’s not more. I told you about Jonathan.” “Yes, but not all men are the same. I found that out, and maybe with this guy you’ll find that out, as well.” Shana came back to her chair and sat down. “I have to make a decision by Monday.” Gloria nodded. “Good luck, but can I give you some advice?” “Yes.” “I know you. You like having total control of your life and everything in it. But every once in a while, it’s
around his ear, leaving damp imprints in its wake, he couldn’t take any more and felt a powerful need to be inside of her. Shifting his body, he reached behind him, pulled her around to him and lifted her into his lap to face him. Her shapely and curvy legs automatically straddled his waist, then she tilted her hips back at an angle so those same legs could touch the crown of his back. He would figure out how she’d managed to do that later. The only thing he cared about was that the
duplicity. She wasn’t the only one. Jace stood and stretched his body and then tried talking himself into sitting back down and couldn’t. He glanced over at the connecting door, stared at it for a long moment. The next thing he knew, he was walking toward it. * * * Shana glanced up and saw Jace standing in the doorway where their offices connected and wondered how long he’d been standing there. She stared at him, saw the heat in his gaze. The desire. “Working late again, I